The city of Fortaleza is located in the Northeast Brazilian region, where the local atmospheric circulation undergoes a major influence of the trade winds during most of the year.

The region has two characteristic seasons (wet and dry), being divided into three phases: pre-season (December to January); season (February to May) and post-rainy season (after June).

The rainfall average rate in Fortaleza is 1600.0 mm/year and its average temperature is around 26.6°C. During November the rainfall average rate is at about 13.4 mm, the average temperature is 27.2°C, and the sea surface temperature is at about 27°C.


Coupled with the nature is the Ceará cuisine, another highlight. Peixada, caranguejo and traditional baião-de-dois are among the delicacies. Coming from the countryside are cooked lamb, sun meat, panelada, rabada and over a dozen other strong and delicious dishes.


  • Colher de Pau
  • Coco Bambu
  • Cemoara
  • Carneiro do Ordones
  • Vojnilô Restaurante
  • Centro das Tapioqueiras
  • Rei dos Mares
  • Santa Grelha
  • Sal e Brasa
  • Cabaña del Primo
  • Sabores Orgânicos (natural)
  • Verdelima (natural)
  • Mandir (natural)

More info soon.


The natural beauty of our beaches and the proximity to the cold weather of the mountains close to Fortaleza - as in Maranguape, Baturité and Guaramiranga - are among the highlights that attract large groups to our city. On the beaches, warm water and the sun almost all year round, are good reasons for vacation.